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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishquestionnaireques‧tion‧naire /ˌkwestʃəˈneə, ˌkes- $ -ˈner/ ●●○ noun [countable]  TCBBa written set of questions which you give to a large number of people in order to collect informationfill in/fill out/complete a questionnaire (=answer all the questions in it) All staff were asked to fill in a questionnaire about their jobs.
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questionnaireOf nearly 5,000 questionnaires that were sent out, only 428 were returned.Send your completed questionnaire to Hairflair Customer Service Survey.Data was collected using a postal questionnaire sent to just over 3,000 people in two regions - Bristol and Manchester.With a postal questionnaire, it is important also to check that the layout is neither confusing nor encouraging any particular response.Subjects were asked to complete a simple questionnaire every time they experienced hypoglycaemia.Occasionally, a simple questionnaire may even be administered by telephone.Please complete the questionnaire and return it in the envelope provided.Please indicate your wishes on the questionnaire.Thanks again for your very great help over the questionnaires.The questionnaire All piloting centres were sent a questionnaire in early October, as part of our initial feedback gathering exercise.The questionnaire asks students how they feel about services on campus.
From Longman Business Dictionaryquestionnaireques‧tion‧naire /ˌkwestʃəˈneə, ˌkes--ˈner/ noun [countable] a written set of questions which you give to a large number of people in order to collect informationConsumers filled out a detailed questionnaire about their smoking habits.
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